ORANGES AND LEMONS.

Square for eight; in three parts (3rd Ed., 1665). Numbering clockwise.

MUSIC.MOVEMENTS

First Part.
A1-4All move forward a double, meet, and fall back a double to places.
5-8That again.
B1Bar 1Men honour their partners.
Bar 2Men honour the women on the left.
3-6Men hands-four, half-way round, clockwise, and fall into opposite places (r.s.).
Bar 7Women honour the men on their left.
Bar 8Women honour the men on their right.
9-12Women hands-four, half-way round, clockwise, and fall each beside her partner (r.s.).
B2Bar 1Men honour their partners.
Bar 2Men honour the women on the left.
3-6Men hands-four, half-way round, counter-clockwise, to places (r.s.).
Bar 7Women honour the men on their left.
Bar 8Women honour the men on their right.
9-12Women hands-four, half-way round, counter-clockwise, and fall into their own places beside their partners (r.s.).

Second Part.
A1-4Partners side (w.s).
5-8That again.
B1Bar 1Partners take right hands, raise them, and move a single to the right.
Bar 2Partners take left hands, raise them, and move a single to the left.
3-6The circular-hey (Fig.10 p.49); partners giving right hands to each other, and then left to the next (two changes) (r.s.).
7-12Movement continued as in bars 1-6, all moving round one more place more.
B21-12Movement continued, as in B1, to places.

Third Part.
A1-4Partners arm with the right.
5-8Partners arm with the left, and first and third men lead their partners forward to face second and fourth couples respectively.
B1Bar 1First and second couples honour each other; while third and fourth couples do the same.
Bar 2Partners honour each other.
3-6First and second couples hands-four, half-way round, while third and fourth couples do the same. Second and fourth couples, men leading their partners, fall back into first and third couples places' respectively; simultaneously first and third couples lead forward and face fourth and second couples (i.e., second and fourth couples move one place counter-clockwise and take up positions facing centre; while first and third couples move on one place clockwise and take up positions with their backs to the centre).
Bar 7First and fourth couples honour each other; while second and third couples do the same.
Bar 8Partners honour each other.
9-12First and fourth couples hands-four, half-way round; while second and third couples do the same. Movement continued as in Bars 3-6.
B21-12Movement continued, as in B1, to places.

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